Publications

Stoll, Sabine, Jekaterina Mažara & Balthasar Bickel. in preparation. The acquisition of polysynthetic verb forms in Chintang. In Michael Fortescue, Marianne Mithun & Nicholas Evans (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Polysynthesis. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [pre-print available as [PDF]]

Schikowski, Robert, Netra P. Paudyal & Balthasar Bickel. 2015. Flexible valency in Chintang. In Andrej Malchukov & Bernard Comrie (eds.), Valency Classes in the World's Languages, vol. 1, 669-708. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [pre-print available as [PDF]]

Samardžić, Tanja, Robert Schikowski & Sabine Stoll. 2015. Automatic interlinear glossing as two-level sequence classification. Proceedings of the 9th SIGHUM Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities (Beijing, 30 July 2015). [PDF]

Bickel, Balthasar & Martin Gaenszle. 2015. First person objects, antipassives, and the political history of the Southern Kirant. Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 2(1). 63-86.

Stoll, Sabine, Taras Zakharko, Steven Moran, Robert Schikowski & Balthasar Bickel. 2015. Syntactic mixing across generations in an environment of community-wide bilingualism. Frontiers in Psychology 6(82). doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00082. [PDF]

Schikowski, R; Bickel, B; Paudyal, N P. 2013. Chintang Valency Patterns Leipzig, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

Stoll, S., Bickel, B. 2013. The acquisition of ergative case in Chintang. In: Bavin, E., Stoll, S. (Eds.) The acquisition of ergativity. Benjamins. [PDF]

Gaenszle, M., B. Bickel, G. Banjade, T. N. Bhatta, E. Lieven, N. P. Paudyal, J. Pettigrew, I. P. Rai, M. Rai, & S. Stoll. 2013. Resisting the state in East Nepal: the “Chintang incident” of 1979 and the politics of commemoration. In Lecomte-Tilouine, M. (ed.) Nepalese People’s War. Paris.

Schikowski, R. 2013. Object-conditioned differential marking in Chintang and Nepali. UZH: PhD thesis. [PDF]

Rai, L. T., 2063 [AD 2006]. Chintaṅ Saṃskrti ra Jalpadevi [“Chintang culture and the Jalpa goddess”]. Kathmandu: Chintang and Puma Documentation Programme.

Stoll, S., Bickel. B. 2012. How to measure frequency? Different ways of counting ergatives in Chintang (Tibeto-Burman, Nepal) and their implications. In: Seifart, F., Haig, G., Himmelmann, N., Jung, D., Margetts, A., Trilsbeek, P., Wittenburg, P. (Eds.). Potentials of language documentation: methods, analyses, utilization. Manoa: University of Hawai‘i Press. [PDF]

Stoll, S., B. Bickel, E. Lieven, G. Banjade, T. N. Bhatta, M. Gaenszle, N. P. Paudyal, J. Pettigrew, I. P. Rai, M. Rai, & N. K. Rai, 2011. Nouns and verbs in Chintang: children’s usage and surrounding adult speech. Journal of Child Language [First View], 1–38. [PDF]

Rai, N. K., M. Rai, N. P. Paudyal, R. Schikowski, B. Bickel, S. Stoll, M. Gaenszle, J. Pettigrew, T. Dirksmeyer, G. Banjade, I. P. Rai, T. N. Bhatta, S. Sauppe, R. M. Rai, J. K. Rai, L. K. Rai, D. B. Rai, G. Rai, D. Rai, A. Rai, C. K. Rai, S. M. Rai, & R. K. Rai, 2011. Chintaṅ śabdakoś tatha vyakaran. [Chintang dictionary and grammar]. Kat. hman. d. u: Chintang Language Research Programme. [PDF]

Bickel, B., M. Rai, N. Paudyal, G. Banjade, T. N. Bhatta, M. Gaenszle, E. Lieven, I. P. Rai, N. K. Rai, & S. Stoll, 2010. The syntax of three-argument verbs in Chintang and Belhare (Southeastern Kiranti). In Malchukov, A., M. Haspelmath, & B. Comrie (eds.) Studies in ditransitive constructions: a comparative handbook, 382–408. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [PDF]

Paudyal, N. P., B. Bickel, R. Schikowski, S. Stoll, E. Lieven, G. Banjade, I. P. Rai, M. Rai, M. Gaenszle, N. K. Rai, & T. N. Bhatta, 2010. Non-finite adverbial subordination in Chintang. Nepalese Linguistics 25, 121–132. [PDF]

Schikowski, R., N. P. Paudyal, & B. Bickel, 2010. Fluid transitivity in Chintang. Paper presented at the workshop on Valency Classes, MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, 21 August 2010. [PDF]

Vorberg, A., B. Bickel, M. Gaenszle, G. Müller, M. Rai, G. Banjade, N. P. Paudyal, T. N. Bhatta, & I. P. Rai, 2009. An optimality-theoretic analysis of binomials in Chintang ritual language. Ms. University of Leipzig.[PDF]

Rai, I. P., B. Bickel, E. Lieven, G. Banjade, M. Gaenszle, M. Rai, N. P. Paudyal, N. K. Rai, S. Stoll, & T. N. Bhatta, 2009. Mundum: a case study of Chintang ritual language. In Mukherjee, R. & M. N. Rajesh (eds.) Locality, history, memory: the making of the citizen in South Asia, 20–33. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Bickel, B., 2008. Grammatical relations in Chintang. Work In Progress Presentation, MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, October 7, 2008. [PDF]

Bickel, B., G. Banjade, M. Gaenszle, E. Lieven, N. Paudyal, I. P. Rai, M. Rai, N. K. Rai, & S. Stoll, 2007. Free prefix ordering in Chintang. Language 83, 43–73. [PDF]

Gaenszle, M., B. Bickel, G. Banjade, E. Lieven, N. Paudyal, I. P. Rai, M. Rai, N. K. Rai, & S. Stoll, 2005. Worshipping the king god: a preliminary analysis of Chintang ritual language in the invocation of Rajdeu. In Yadava, Y. P., G. Bhattarai, R. R. Lohani, B. Prasain, & K. Parajuli (eds.) Contemporary issues in Nepalese linguistics, 33–47. Kathmandu: Linguistic Society of Nepal. [PDF]

Rai, N. K., B. Bickel, M. Gaenszle, E. Lieven, N. Paudyal, I. P. Rai, M. Rai, & S. Stoll, 2005. Triplication and ideophones in Chintang. In Yadava, Y. P. (ed.) Current issues in Nepalese linguistics, 205–209. Kirtipur: Linguistic Society of Nepal. [PDF]